A pair of sprayed leggings and boots that belonged to Larry M. White. Larry M. White (code named Six Pack) joined RT Hawaii in January/February 1970. He took the 1-0 position with Terrance Spoon the 1-1 and Michael Blackwell the 1-2. White held the team leader position until April/May 1970 when he was reassigned to the Command & Control Central (CCC), Launch Site Office as a Covey Rider.
This was Larry's third tour in Vietnam. He served his first tour in 1967 with MACV SOG, Forward Operational Base #2 (FOB#2), Larry extended and was reassigned to 5th Special Forces Group (ABN), Project OMEGA (B-50). His second tour was in 1968 with MACV SOG, Command & Control Central (CCC) Recon Company where he was wounded in Action (WIA) and medevaced to CONUS. Larry returned to Vietnam several times in 1973-1975 with the Joint Casualty Resolution Center (JCRC) to investigate Loss Target Sites.
White retired from the Army in 1987 after 26 years service and 52 months in Vietnam.
Courtesy of Guy at Brightlight Military Antiques and the Beau Brummel Collection and originally sourced via Jason Hardy.